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Subj: Captain Britain and MI:13 #14... [Spoiler-ish]
Posted: Tue Jun 23, 2009 at 10:27:22 am CDT (Viewed 1170 times)
Captain Britain and MI:13 #14
The book has been getting better so this post cancellation comment is promising as stated by Mr Quesada:
If we see the numbers go up, we'll do another series. We'll come back.
Linksearch peeks were hard to find. Ah, 'cuz of this:
Originally Posted by Paul Cornell
I asked that there not be an online preview of the Cap, to preserve the spoiler content, which is colossal
Even reviews seemed to be spoiler-lite, this one suggesting a grade is the ONLY useful thing about surfing here:
Only disagree with the comment about being disappointed with the 'rendering inert' because 'the fix/solution' made good sense and added series continuity to it at:
Still, it's disappointing going into this issue and seeing how easily the events of last issue are rendered inert.
#14 very nice pencils at:
#15 very nice pencils at:
Bigger spoilers at:
Huge image spoilers at H4HMB homepage:
And to avoid plain spoiler dump, here, will only jot key phrases to see if you liked these moments too:
TELL ME SOME BAD NEWS.
MR WISDOM -- MY CONGRATULATIONS.
The dialogue with 'the fix/solution'.
WHATS THAT FACE? WHAT FACE?
I DONT NEED TO SAY A WORD TO YOU. (And all the planning Mr Wisdom does word.)
OR IS THAT WHAT I AM MEANT TO THINK?
THATS JULIUS MULLARKEY.
MY PEOPLE -- ARE DOWN ON EARTH.
AND THIS IS THE EBONY BLADE! HI!
THAT WAS THEIR WHOLE PLAN.
YES. YES YOU DID.
20th JUNE 1940. (Supports arguement that Cap didnt necessarily had to have killed (many) 'because it was war'.)
I BELIEVE YOU OWE ME A FAVOR.
The last page (And the introduced last name?)
Note to self: read the Annual before next ish.